PlumCrazyFiberArt

PLUM CRAZY FIBER ART & French Angora Rabbits

Coos Bay, Oregon
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International buyers are responsible for any customs fees their country might charge. I usually take close up photos. Please read the description to determine what you are buying - I don't want you to be disappointed in your purchase. Your questions are welcome, it is my goal to provide great customer service. Please review my policies for further information.

~~~~~~~ Plum Crazy Fiber Art ~~~~~~~

is the home of furry French Angora Rabbits, mini long haired dachshunds, and creations including lots of wonderfully soft and exotic fibers such as qiviut, yak, buffalo, angora rabbit, silks, baby camel, alpaca, and other fibers in both natural and a variety of hand painted and dyed colors, hand spun yarns, felting supplies including Artfelt Paper, santa beards and doll hair, and other fibery creations. I do most of my own dyeing and spinning. I can offer bulk pricing on many of my items and also do custom spinning.

It is my goal to provide great customer service. If you aren't happy with your purchase, please give me the opportunity to discuss it with you. Take a look at my policies for returns and shipping details. I'm a small business and don't factor these costs in so I hope you will help me keep my costs down by asking questions before you select the buy button!!

Be sure and save my Store to your favorites. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for buying my products and I appreciate your support of my fiber arts business and our small farm of happy fur babies.

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Last updated on Jun 26, 2022

Excess shipping charges will be refunded.

International buyers are responsible for any customs fees their country might charge. I usually take close up photos. Please read the description to determine what you are buying - I don't want you to be disappointed in your purchase. Your questions are welcome, it is my goal to provide great customer service. Please review my policies for further information.

~~~~~~~ Plum Crazy Fiber Art ~~~~~~~

is the home of furry French Angora Rabbits, mini long haired dachshunds, and creations including lots of wonderfully soft and exotic fibers such as qiviut, yak, buffalo, angora rabbit, silks, baby camel, alpaca, and other fibers in both natural and a variety of hand painted and dyed colors, hand spun yarns, felting supplies including Artfelt Paper, santa beards and doll hair, and other fibery creations. I do most of my own dyeing and spinning. I can offer bulk pricing on many of my items and also do custom spinning.

It is my goal to provide great customer service. If you aren't happy with your purchase, please give me the opportunity to discuss it with you. Take a look at my policies for returns and shipping details. I'm a small business and don't factor these costs in so I hope you will help me keep my costs down by asking questions before you select the buy button!!

Be sure and save my Store to your favorites. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for buying my products and I appreciate your support of my fiber arts business and our small farm of happy fur babies.

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About PlumCrazyFiberArt

Sales 3,068
On Etsy since 2006

The finest exotic fibers from around the world. I offer natural colors and my own hand painted and dyed creations as well as hand spun yarns.

I have been a fiber artist since 1990 after our sons started with llamas in 4H and I started felting. Spinning and dyeing is my passion and I left my full time job in 2014 to pursue a part time job and full time fiber career. My husband supports my love of working with fiber and offering my creations to you through online avenues and fiber events in the Pacific Northwest.

Shop members

  • Hairy Houdini

    Fiber Producer

    My French Angora Buck who produces some of the fiber I use as well as producing some gorgeous offspring.

  • Gayle Paige

    Owner, Creator, Fiber Artist Who Does 99% Of The Dyeing & Spinning

    My passion for fiber began in 1991 when we first got llamas and has grown to the point that I quit my full time job in 2014 and took a part time job. This has allowed me to expand my fiber arts.

  • French Angoras

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    Fiber producers

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Last updated on Nov 13, 2019

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Last updated on May 9, 2022

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Care instructions

Natural fibers are best washed with lukewarm water and a few drops of shampoo. Rinse well, roll in towel to remove excess water and lay flat to dry. Natural fibers do resist stains and spills and therefore don't require as much laundering.

Dyed fiber is washed and rinsed thoroughly, however, some color bleeding may occur due to changes in ph of water and/or soap used on your finished product. Use cool water and mild soap to minimize any dye migration. I do use commercial grade dyes.